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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Horniak, 07 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Horniak, Donetsk. Here, a woman registers herself for food assistance.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Horniak, 07 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Horniak, Donetsk. Here, beneficiaries read signs in the windows of the distribution centre.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Horniak, 07 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Horniak, Donetsk.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Selidovo, 07 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Manuilova Liudmila and her husband fled Krasnohorivka for Selidovo with their three children (now 17, 13 and three years old) in April 2014. She was pregnant at the time they left and her youngest son (now two years old) was born in Selidovo. Currently, the family rents two rooms in a local dormitory. Her husband used to work internationally in construction but now tries to find whatever local work he can to be near his family and not leave them in such an uncertain situation.   Despite the danger, Manuilova’s eldest son returned to Krasnohorivka to study because he did not want to withdraw from school. The family’s old apartment is in an unlivable condition due to shelling and a mice infestation, so Manuilova’s son lives in a house with several other students. Manuilova fears for her son all by himself in Krasnohorivka and says that “as soon as the conflict finishes we will return to Krasnohorivka, until then we struggle every day here.”  Manuilova is extremely grateful to WFP for providing food assistance to help her nourish her family in their new home. Here, her three-year-old daughter sits in one of the rooms they rent in a dormitory in Selidovo.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Selidovo, 07 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Selidovo, Donetsk.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Selidovo, 07 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Selidovo, Donetsk. Here, a WFP staff member checks a food assistance registration list.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Sloviansk, 06 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Sloviansk, Donetsk. Here, a local girl sits on food parcels which will nourish her and her family in the coming months.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Sloviansk, 06 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Sloviansk, Donetsk. Here, two local girls sit on food parcels which will nourish them and their families in the coming months.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Sloviansk, 06 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Sloviansk, Donetsk. WFP food parcels include items such as pasta, canned fish, beans, flour, sugar and salt.   Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Sloviansk, 06 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Sloviansk, Donetsk.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Sloviansk, 06 July 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Together with NGO partner Save the Children, WFP runs a food distribution for people affected by the conflict in Sloviansk, Donetsk.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Zhovanka, 29 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Single mother Natalia lives with her four children - (from left to right) Lyubomir, Marianna, Sasha and Ruslan - in Zhovanka, Ukraine. Through its mission to help the most vulnerable and by targeting women and children, WFP are able to provides monthly food assistance to help the family nourish themselves.   Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Zhovanka, 29 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Single mother Natalia lives with her four children - Ruslan, Lyubomir (pictured, left), Sasha and Marianna (pictured, right) - in Zhovanka, Ukraine. Through its mission to help the most vulnerable and by targeting women and children, WFP are able to provides monthly food assistance to help the family nourish themselves.   Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Zhovanka, 29 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Single mother Natalia lives with her four children - Ruslan, Lyubomir, Sasha (pictured, right) and Marianna (pictured, left) - in Zhovanka, Ukraine. Through its mission to help the most vulnerable and by targeting women and children, WFP are able to provides monthly food assistance to help the family nourish themselves.   Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Zhovanka, 29 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Single mother Natalia lives with her four children - Ruslan, Lyubomir, Sasha (pictured, right) and Marianna (pictured, left) - in Zhovanka, Ukraine. Through its mission to help the most vulnerable and by targeting women and children, WFP are able to provides monthly food assistance to help the family nourish themselves.   Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Zhovanka, 29 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Sasha lives with her single mother, Natalia, and three siblings, Ruslan, Lyubomir and Marianna, in Zhovanka, Ukraine. Through its mission to help the most vulnerable and by targeting women and children, WFP are able to provides monthly food assistance to help the family nourish themselves.   Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Kramatorsk, 24 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: WFP staff talk to children at a summer camp in Kramatorsk about the United Nations and its humanitarian assistance work.   Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Kramatorsk, 24 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: WFP staff talk to children at a summer camp in Kramatorsk about the United Nations and its humanitarian assistance work.   Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Kramatorsk, 24 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: WFP and UNICEF staff talk to children at a summer camp in Kramatorsk about the United Nations and its humanitarian assistance work.   Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Kramatorsk, 24 June 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: WFP and UNICEF staff talk to children at a summer camp in Kramatorsk about the United Nations and its humanitarian assistance work.   Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Avdeevka, 18 May 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: 68-year-old Valentina Minchenko used to live nearby in Gorlovka until her house was destroyed in mid-2014 and she had nowhere to stay and noone to help her. She now lives by herself in Avdeevka, in a cold outbuilding with no toilet or running water. The pension and social benefits she was receiving from the Ukrainian government were suspended in early 2016 and she was unable to provide for herself. WFP quickly began providing Valentina with monthly food parcels including items such as  pasta, canned fish, beans and flour so that she is able to nourish herself. While Valentina now has food to eat, she still survives on the basics and is in need of warm clothing and better living conditions.  Photo: WFP/Julia Dymkovska
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Avdeevka, 18 May 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Beneficiaries who receive food assistance from WFP pose for a photo in Avdeevka, Ukraine.  Photo: WFP/Julia Dymkovska
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Svetlodarsk, 18 May 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: A former grocery store that was destroyed due to the conflict in Svetlodarsk, Ukraine.   Photo: WFP/Julia Dymkovska
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Ukraine, Donetsk Region, Svetlodarsk, 18 May 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: A former grocery store that was destroyed due to the conflict in Svetlodarsk, Ukraine.   Photo: WFP/Julia Dymkovska
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Ukraine, Donetsk, Volnovakha, 02 February 2016  Enduring political tension and ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine continue to affect civilians. Caught in the crossfire, more than two million people have been forced to leave their homes, remaining displaced for months. Many are unable to return to their homes which have been destroyed or badly damaged. 1.5 million are food insecure, including 290,000 severely so and in need of immediate food assistance.    In cooperation with other UN agencies, WFP is providing assistance to internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and those suffering as a result of the conflict. WFP provides monthly food parcels and cash-based transfers (CBTs) to vulnerable populations to ensure they have access to sufficient food. Since the beginning of the Emergency Operation in November 2014, WFP has assisted some 600,000 people in need.   In the photo: Mariia, a beneficiary who has lost her job due to the conflict, receives a two-month food ration at a WFP distribution centre in Volnovakha, Ukraine.  Photo: WFP/Tatiana Stoliarenko
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